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THE RIVERS.

THE RIVERS.

| THE. RIVERS. l I - - - - - I. . (From the Field) THE TRENT.-The recent rains have brought out great quantities of fishermen on the Trent-side, and I never recollect when the sport was more equally divided, bream being the fish mostly sought when the river is flushed as it has b
July 31, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY POST OFFICE.

DERBY POST OFFICE.

DERBY POST OFFICE;. DISPATOH OF.LETTERS, &c. Letters,&c.,cen aeposted Liuesof road and Chlef places of Without With I Letters destination. extra additi'ni can be charge penny ?? Aseborne, Matlock, Wirksworth, and until stamp until other villages in the neighbourhood until of D~er
July 31, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE TRENT AFFAIR: AN ENGLISH PRECEDENT.

THE TRENT AFFAIR: AN ENGLISH PRECEDENT.

I In two letters to the Times, a correspondent, who signs PT a himself D.CL." directs attention to a remarkable pre- d Li cedent, to which this country may appeal in its present dif -dispute with the Federal States:- i On August 7, 1777, the Duch brig Hendric and Alida was be ic
January 1, 1862 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
NAVAL AND MILITARY PREPARATIONS.

NAVAL AND MILITARY PREPARATIONS.

I TaOOPS FOR AMERICA. LiavER'ooL, Saturday. To-day another embarkation of troops took place here. The Cuasard mail steam-ship Canada, which left this port for it Halifax and Boston, took out the 7th battery of the latht d brigade Royal Artillery (Captain Child's), six officers a
January 1, 1862 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE

LATEST INTELLIGENCE

,se ENGLAND AND AMERICA. rt Te 'orning Star states that,- Earl Russell, in reply to the deputation which waited upon is. him on Friday last, on the subject of the dispute between Eng- ad land and America, said he entirely aympathised with the sen. o. thments in favour of peace,
January 1, 1862 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE CONDEMNED MEN AT STAFFORD.

THE CONDEMNED MEN AT STAFFORD.

M r. In our issue of last week we were able to report the decision D -In at which the jury arrived late on Friday night in reference to Ho licith r men against whom the evidence of participation in Lir htthe three cpaoni the Bilston tragedy was strongest. On Saturday morning, Co
January 1, 1862 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBYSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES.

DERBYSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES.

J I - -. ?? . I The Derbyshire Summer Assizes were opened by Mr. Justice KEATING, on Saturday evening, at half-past five. It was originally announced, that the learned Judges (Ml. Justice Blackburn and Mr. Justice Keating), would l arrive at Derby, at half-past one o'clock, but e
July 20, 1864 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTRY MARKETS.

COUNTRY MARKETS.

DRBalY CORN MARKET. Caoss KrEs, Friday. April 13.-A small ehow of wheat to-day; demand smail; still an advance of 2s. readily obtained. All spring ple corn the turn dearer. s.in Wheat, ?? to bi per IS net, be new tho ,, ?? tes ?? Barley ?? . 44 Iml). mneasutre. M ga, ?? ?? 2per
April 18, 1860 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
CELEBRATION OF THE ANNIVERSARY OF LORD STANHOPE'S BIRTH-DAY.

CELEBRATION OF THE ANNIVERSARY OF LORD STANHOPE'S BIRTH-DAY.

CELEBRATION OF THIE ANNIVERSARY OF LORD STANHOPE'S BIRTH-DAY. Thie annual celebration of Lord Stanhope's birth-day, was held on Monday, at Brethy, with great succeass, le The weather was very fine, and on the cricket-ground, 0 e-in front of the fine old Hall, a very large company
August 31, 1864 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

TUESDAY. Before the MAYOR, R. PaGO, W. T. Cox, and H. DARBY, Esqrs.] Herbert Bull, coach-wheel maker, living on Burton-road, th was brought up on a warrant charged with assaulting John be Smith. -The complainant said that Bull was a tenant of his, ru and owed 13 weeks' rent; he
August 31, 1864 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England